A couple of weeks old now, but an interesting article about how Ceredigion (mid Wales) have managed the Coronavirus pandemic in a proactive way and as such is the best performing county in mainland UK: www.walesonline.co.uk/news/wales-news/area-wales-missed-coronavirus-simple-18348215.amp I know it has some things going for it from a rural and slightly isolated region. However it is also a university town and a tourist hotspot. It's not as if they haven't had cases either, early on they were following a similar projection as many other counties, but acted quickly and decisively to contain the spread, with one of my former teachers helping to develop a track and trace system which has proven very effective. Shows what could have been achieved imo. Also interesting to note that there's currently no cases in Aberystwyth hospital, and there hasn't been a single case in carehomes.